Lenox Hill HealthPlex opens next week across from the former St. Vincent's Hospital.
The longtime Community Board 4 chair coasted to an easy victory in the general election.
Johnson defeated civil rights lawyer Yetta Kurland to win the Democratic nomination for the seat.
The Monday night debate often veered into attacks on each other's pasts.
Johnson has helped the tenants in their struggles against landlord Joseph Chetrit, tenants said.
Corey Johnson has received more cash than Yetta Kurland, records show.
Corey Johnson and Yetta Kurland will now face off in the September Democratic primary.
The ad focuses on Kurland's work as a civil rights lawyer.
The stakes are high as District 3's council candidates vie for political club endorsements.
The bike lanes, if installed, would run through the heart of Manhattan.
Johnson is facing Yetta Kurland and Alexander Meadows in the upcoming primary.
Alexander Meadows is the third openly gay candidate for the District 3 seat on Manhattan's West Side.
Kurland caught up with Johnson in the past six months, campaign finance records show.
Kurland wants to represent the Village, Chelsea, Hell's Kitchen and Midtown ater falling short in 2009.
Brad Hoylman has opened a state campaign account that specifies he'll run for District 3 councilman.
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